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    10 weeks old, refuse to come out of coop. Advice needed.

    Thanks for the answers. Just to be clear, the new chicks aren`t mixing with the flock. They are in their own small run and coop which is inside the big run, so they can all see each other. They seem to be venturing out of the little coop a bit now and eating, so that`s good.
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    10 weeks old, refuse to come out of coop. Advice needed.

    I think they were/are still a bit shocked. They have started coming to the door, but the larger of the two has even ventured out of the door but soon popped back in. I have seen them pecking at the crumb on the floor that was spilt a bit yesterday. I’ve put a shallow bowl of water which you can...
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    10 weeks old, refuse to come out of coop. Advice needed.

    Hi all. First just to say I am in the UK. If my terminology is not understood please say so. We have an outdoor chicken run which has a wooden coop which has an automatic door. We have a mixture of bantams and silkies with one Serama cockerel. They really are my son and daughter-in-laws pets...
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